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Jan. 28, 2021
The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas entered judgment in favor of Northern Agri Brands, LLC, the owner of seed genetics technology, in its federal Plant Variety Protection lawsuit...


Sept. 8, 2020
Every year, we see new ideas come down the pike. Time, of course, is the best measure of success for any new idea or technology. If something doesn’t work, its staying power is usually short...


Sept. 25, 2018
As far as winter annual cereal forages are concerned, rye has ruled the roost for many years as a crop that fits nicely after corn silage harvest in Northern regions...


Feb. 15, 2018
In the Midwest, planting winter-hardy cereal grasses such as winter rye or triticale after fall-harvested corn or soybeans can provide both soil benefits and a grazing resource in the spring...


Nov. 15, 2016
Ryegrass and winter cereal grains are common “go to” forages in the South for overwintering beef herds and keeping dairy cows productive. These same forage options are used in other areas of the U...


Aug. 23, 2016
“With many drought-stressed crops harvested early, this may be an ideal year to plant winter triticale to bolster forage supplies,” says Tom Kilcer, a crop consultant and researcher based in...


June 14, 2016
Glenn ShewmakerExtension Forage SpecialistUniversity of IdahoTriticale forage production appeared above average with reported 3-ton yields, although rain slowed the planting of silage corn into...


May 10, 2016
Spring is not just a time to harvest perennial forages. To be sure, more and more livestock producers are incorporating winter cereals such as rye and triticale into their crop rotations...


Dec. 15, 2015
Winter pastures in the form of cereal grains such as rye, wheat and triticale are the backbone for adding weight to stockers or keeping growing heifers in good condition...


Aug. 4, 2015
As the summer months begin to wind down, it’s time to begin thinking about winter cereal planting. One option for planting is winter triticale. Tom Kilcer, former extension educator for Cornell University...